Peru’s bishops work to counter human trafficking
May 18, 2016
A commission of the Peruvian Episcopal Conference has begun a project to counter human trafficking in the South American nation.
An area of focus is Jaén, a city located on Peru’s northwestern border with Ecuador, where priests, religious, and catechists will receive training on the Church’s social teaching and human trafficking.
- La Pastoral De La Movilidad Humana Lleva Adelante Proyecto De Prevención Para La Trata De Personas, En Zonas De Fronteras (Conferencia Episcopal Peruana)
- The project on "Prevention of human trafficking and smuggling of migrants" begins (Fides)
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